One of the training programs claims that some of the commonly used technical terms have “white supremacist/racist origins.”
By Chrissy Clark
Employees at Peloton, one of the most popular at-home fitness companies, were forced to undergo “anti-racist” training that claimed common phrases such as “grandfathered in” are “white supremacist” terms.
Over the past few weeks, the fitness company rolled out a series of new social justice trainings inspired by critical race theory, including an “Antiracism Activation Center.” The center is available on Pelonet, the company’s internal employee network.
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